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UK still keen to invest in Africa despite multiple challenges, says BII’s Nick O’Donohoe

By Joël Té-Léssia Assoko

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Posted on April 10, 2023 13:41

 © CDC CEO Nick O’Donohoe. Photo  CDC Group
CDC CEO Nick O’Donohoe. Photo CDC Group

Nick O’Donohoe, the head of British International Investment (BII), analyses the disruption of financial markets and the macroeconomic crisis in Africa, looking at the real priorities for development in an unstable geopolitical context.

With nearly £7.5bn ($9.3bn) in assets, much of it invested in Africa, the British International Investment (formerly CDC Group) is one of the continent’s most powerful and longest-established private sector-focused development finance institution.

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